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Hair transplants take twelve months to grow fully. For some, they can see growth as early as six months. For others, it may take up to twelve months and beyond. No two people grow at the same rate. Find out the reasons why.

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Many don't understand the difference between getting coverage and density. They believe that coverage and density are the same, which they are not. Find out the difference.

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Researching hair transplant surgeons and clinics is vital to ensure you receive the best possible results. To date, the Hair Restoration Network has been the best and most unbiased site to research hair transplant surgeons.

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There are two ways to harvest hair from your donor site. The first technique is called Follicular Unit Strip Surgery (FUSS), and the second is called Follicular unit extraction (FUE). Both techniques have their advantages and disadvantages.

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Robotic FUE came out a little over a decade ago but didn't become popular until the 2010s. Since then, there have been a lot of questions, is it better than conventional manual FUE?

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Hair transplants have made huge improvements throughout the years. But you should never undergo a hair transplant and expect perfection. Hair transplants will never match hair loss hair for hair.

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Getting a hair transplant requires a lot of research. Making an informed decision is vital before selecting a surgeon.

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Direct Hair Implantation (DHI) is how hair follicles are transplanted into balding areas using an implanter. Follicular unit extraction (FUE) removes these follicles one by one with a small punch. FUE and DHI can be used in tandem.

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The cost varies depending on the severity of your hair loss. The more grafts you require, the more it will cost. The cost also varies from country to country. Hair transplants can cost 5,000-25,000, depending on the surgeon.

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In theory, the transplanted hair will not thin because they are genetically resistant to the hormone DHT. However, if the hair is harvested from a vulnerable zone, the hair may not be permanent.

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The amount of time varies from person to person. In general, growth begins after the third month but can take up to six months for some slow-growers.

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Hair transplant surgery requires a stable donor supply. In theory, yes, you can be too bald. But if you have a strong donor supply on your scalp's back and sides, you are still a viable hair transplant candidate.

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